Zack Snyder - "My Superman will be different"
Zack Snyder has stated that his Superman movie will be "different" from previous Man of Steel films, there will be no General Zod and its too early to say if the film will follow Supermans early years...
It seems that Zack Snyder has taken a leaf out his producer Chris Nolan's book when it comes to giving cryptic answers. He has even gone as far as to rule out a villain as Nolan did just last week.
Digital Spy reports on an interview with Empire:
"It's a different story," Snyder said. "I won't say there's a break from the canon or anything like that, but there is definitely an approach that makes you go, 'Okay, that's a way to get at it.'"
He continued: "David is very respectful of the canon and stuff like that. It has its roots in the canon and again, like I say, it has a point of view about who he is. I'm being cryptic, I know, but it's the best I can do."
Asked if his movie will track the Man of Steel's early years, Snyder replied: "I think it's early to say. I don't know."
The director also described rumours of the comic book hero facing General Zod as "just wrong", adding that "the internet has no idea what's going on".
Seems that the early years story line has just been well and truly blown out the water. Also, I can't help but be slightly offended that 'we have no idea what's going on', he is right - but I still don't like being told that!
See the article on Digital Spy here.
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